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Creation Date: September 28, 1950
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VOL. 8-No. 29 UNITED -STATES NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 28 September 1950
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander '
Naval Air
Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wine' 11


,,' I New York Units





End Cruise Here


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I Fleet Air Wing II Plays


I Guest To Reserve Group


Two naval air reserve squadrons from Floyd Bennett

) Field, N. Y., will make the return trip back to their home

j base Saturday following the completion of two weeks of

:intensive i trainin, here at the Naval Air Station.

.. i Arriving here September 17th,
the New York squadrons, Patrol courses and most are married
Squadron 831 and Fleet Aircraft with families.
Service Sqaudron 836, have been Many of the pilots of VP-831
training with Patrol Squadron have had wartime experience,
Three and FASRon 109 of Fleet j! but not in the same type planes
Air Wing Eleven. they are flying as: Reserves. Dur-
Take Part In Exercises ing last year1' cruise the group
Based at NAS New York, Bennett operated out of Patuxent River,
Field the two visiting squad I i I'' Md.
.. rons have been participating in -
. over-water navigational training '
,, hops, plus becoming oriented in Malaria-Mosquito
m__ the newe"t- -- wtin4lnc.- ......_u n'. .N"..."." '1..
J UJ-
<": I ing and exercises. VP-831 also Off
.. I took part in the aircraft-subma Training Pays
rine
exercises which
COMMISSION CEREMONYIn ; concluded
.
yesterday.Commanded Battlefront ShowsThe
. ceremony aboard a de- by Lcdr. Robert L.

mothballed IST (top photo), .a1M4 Finucane, VP-831 carries a complement training received by qualified <
Capt. Chauncey :Moore, left iii: t' t '1 of 33 officers and 51 enlisted I reservists' In the Navy's one
foreground, Commander Florida men. .Lcdr Lloyd' _Ludwig and only Malaria and Mosquito
Group; Atlantic Reserve gjL1! J the is commander support squadron 01 fASKon, which B3b, ;i' Control( Unit, has been paying oft
I includes 'In Korea according to reports received -
}Fleet' officially the 12 officers
places and 41
shipin I enlisted
by Lcdr. John M. Hirst, of-
commission the I men. Lcdr. J, V. McEnery,
as ship's officers rep- ficer-in-charge of the unit here.
resenting NAS New York
listen' attentively. In the 'here with the two squadrons.arrived I At least two personnel formerly
bottom picture, the colors are I Many Vets associated with the unit are now
I In Korea' where the equipment ant :
hoisted aboard one of the five Flying PBY type aircraft pilots I
I procedure In ridding the vicinity
ships that have been aiming at 40 hours
were formally placedin 'of
minimum or 50 hours maximum the annoying insects, identical
commission last Friday. The during their two week's cruise with that in use at NAS Jax, has
five ships put back into serviceat here. Several of the pilots of the proved most successful.
the ceremony were removed New York units are pilots with I Since the unit was first authorized
Green Cove Springs and the commercial air lines. as a permanent function
brought to Jacksonville for out VP-831 was organized in the I in March, 1949, about a dozen reserve
fitting; summer of 1946 at Floyd Bennett. entomologists from all parts
At that time 50 per tent or bet- of the country have been given the
ter of the officers/ were students: two weeks active luty training every -

--- -- .' life paring for careers in civilian quarter under the supervisionand
S At present, only one or two guidance of Dr. HirstlUvently .
have not completed their college the first WAVK r- r
Navy UnitsIn --- Hcr\UU to; receive time training<<,
Another New FeatureIn I.r. I.ormlin. Frlislman a graduate
ittmleiit In fiiTobiology .tl
Anti-Sub l nuke University", complete thecourse
Today's Air News
S 1Q and performs. a valuable
b In its never-ending effort to laboratory M>r\h-i e will It- here, Dr. t
ExercisesThe give readers what they want and Hirst rl'lI enjoy. the Jax Air News will en- The Malaria and Mosquito Control -
deavor to publish the coming Unit Is responsible for controlling -
Navy
completed two
-- -- --- week's disease
menu at the Civilian Cafeteria bearing insects fn
weeks of joint aircraft-sub- beginning with today's issue all naval establishments within the, oJ
marine training: operations "Mothboll Fleet" Ships Here's your guide: -- Sixth Naval District., New equipment '\

in this area, it was revealed. Atomic Bomb Guide 0_ Page 5 and insecticides are also developed -
today. Civ. Cafet. Menu ____. Page 8 and tested and assistanceis '
Classified Bulletin __ Page 8 rendered local communities in
Participating in the operationswere Education at VP-3 Page 4 developing sound pest control programs
PBY's of Patrol Squadron Place In Commission N, Y. Reserves ._-.___ Page 1 .
831, a reserve unit from NAS NARTU Notes __0___ Page 2 I. The unit is also assigned the responsibility -
New York, now on active duty Mothball
Fleet)
1 of
here; airships: from Naval Air Five vessels from the Green Cove Springs Naval Base Sports Pages Page 6, 7 'base, and keeps acting on hand as sufficient a supply

Facility Glynco Ga and P2V's of ', "mothball fleet" were placedin commission in ceremony last Washington Report Page 2 and properly safeguarded insecticides
Patrol
'. Air Wing Squadron 11. The Three participating of Flee Friday morning: after being fitted for service in Jacksonvillegh'k World in Review Page 3 as is deemed necessary

submarine was the USS Requin ,
attached to the Submarine Force, The ships, including three LSTs
Atlantic Fleet. and two LSMs, were the first of ,I are Lt Lewis E. Cassidy LSM
The aircraft-submarine exercises the Green Cove vessels to be com- : 547; Lt. James W Wilcomb, LSM
: were designed to train aircraft missioned in Jacksonville. They 546; Lt. Frank Farwell, LST 529;
.. pilots and crews in various/, represent part of the 20 or 30 ', Lcdr. Herman Spindt, LST 622,
phases of antisubmarine tactics ships from Green Cove slated for : and Lt. Lloyd R. Steinmeyer. LST
and doctrine, as well as to train j I commissioning. by the Navy. Although I|! 516.
submarine personnel in both de- ,; in "mothballs" for four or :
fense against and coooeration five vests sr>m -- Man Runs Into
with aircraft. Green Cove are well preserved |I
-X- and can be put back into service I
in short order. Own Car HereYou've
To Observe Fire The LSTs were repaired and
I commissioned at the Gibbs Cor- read about it and
'poration shipyards, while the heard of itbut it actually
Prevention Week LSMs: were outfitted at Merrill. happened here. A fellow ran In-
I Stevens yards. to his own car!
1 Firo prevention Week, which The ceremony began with the Torpedornan first class O. V
will be observed nationally Oc- :I assembling of the crew and officials Johnson, driving a Navy vehicle, aS: >h r l s
tober 8-15, will be carried out 1, aboard each ship and hoisting was backing out of the parkinglot
at NAS Jax when the local ''of the colors. After Capt. Chaun- in front of the main administration
fire fighters hold open house at i cey Moore, Commander, Florida building last Friday '
all three fire 'stations, | Group Atlantic Reserve Fleet, when he noticed another driver ,
Posters illustrating fire prevention placed each in commission, each entering the parking area behind
measures will also be 1 commanding officer read the him.Trying. _
placed in prominent locations ders and accepted the ship. 01"1 to be an obliging soul,
in guarding against fires. ; ceremony ended with the settingof Johnson pulled back into the
In the past year alarms have the watch. spot he loft. But lo and behold a'Z
been cut by 32 percent, thanksto Included in the commissioning the excelerator stuck and
the cooperation of all Nation party were Captain Moore, Capt before' he could atop, he bumped TJ
personnel, military and w. D Brown, Commander. .SubGroup into his own private car parked
.. civilian according to records of Five; Capt Forrest A. in the l lot,
the station fire department. Rhoads, Commander, Sub Group I The damage to both cars*was
Headed by fire chief Donald Jl. Four and 'Lcdr, Oliver F L. INSPECTS Adial;
negligible. The biggest damageto SIXTH ND CHIEF -Rear Robert W. IIf. '!1 1ter ;.
Moran, the department operates Wiese. chaplain. Johnson was the embarrassment Commandant, Sixth Naval District, center, is greeted hf J)I',
under the jurisdiction of Public I Appointed as commanding officers I of hitting hU, own' cart! I Capt. Douglas T" Day, NAB commanding officer, left, as he arrived \1r
Works. Department. of the newly outfitted vessels last Friday to inspect facilities here. I


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 September 1950


Jax Air News -



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville,
Fla.NAS
Jacksonville
Capt.;> Douglas T. Day. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell. Executive Office \ c

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery CommanderCapt.

Allen Smith_.....-,.___.._.._. Chief of Staff
Fleet Air Wing Eleven :
'Capt. George C. Montgomery: _________Commander ; i .MK <
...
Comdr. Charles Robertson _.. Chief Staff Officer ,$ ; a
Naval Hospital
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton. Commanding Officer
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer

NARTU

Capt. Raymond N. Sharp___..._._Commanding Officer t

Editorial: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration
building. Phone extension 8184. \t

Editor-Andrew H. Planey I
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOSN.
The JAX AIR NEWS la published) weiy at the U. S. Naval Air Station, NARTU LEADERS CONFER-Commanding officers of squadrons of NARTU lax met last
Jacksonville, Florida I and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund: week-end to discuss ways and means of increasing the strength of the Naval Air Reserve Squadrons
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the that train at NARTU. Left to right are, Lcdr. Fred Wolf, VF-741; Lcdr. Edwin Fischer, VF-742;
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, and Lcdr. Goodwyn Taylor, VP.FASRon-715; Lcdr. Charles Rogers, VP-741; Comdr. Leroy Johnson,
the .yheSr: Naval NEWS Wing Staff 74; Carolyn Mclndoo, secretary; Captain Raymond N. Sharp, NARTU commanding officer -
AIR Is of the Armed Forces Press
a memoer Service. Reproduction
of material from three; sources must; bear a credit line. Republlcotlcn ; Lcdr. Jerry Morrison, training officer; Lt Col. Frederick Payne, Marine Air Detachment;
of other matter exeent hv service publications) is prohibited) without permissionof Comdr. Edward Gwathmey, assistant Wing Staff Commander; Lcdr. Claude Phillips! administrativeofficer
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. ; Lt. Harry Kincaid, VS-741. Missing from photo is Major Thomas Mobley, VMF-144.

Report From Washington
tveeh end'1Iin91



// Notes National War College Begins Fifth Year



j from Housing Situation Critical In Norfolk And FriscoBy

) NliRTUWING Armed Forces Press Service The Navy has advised its personnel that
The Armed Forces top service school-the housing conditions Norfolk, Va. and San
National War College-began its fifth year of Francisco, Calif., are critical and dependentsshould
STAFF-71' -Seaman recruits helpful and enjoyed to the utmost operation recently with an enrollment of 120 not be transported into these areas be-
of all squadrons as of Oc- I by all hands. senior Army, Air Force and Navy officers, as fore housing arrangements are made. The
tober 1, 1950, have been assignedto We wish to introduce the follow- well as key civilians in Government service. critical conditions existing In these areas are
Lcdr William W Kane of the ing new men to our squadron: Classes are held at Fort Leslie J. McNair, caused by military expansion, migration of
Wing Staff and Lcd. Harry Nearing Robert E. Boone, RM3 and James Washington, D. C. The school's commandantis defense workers and other circumstances con-
of VP741. Lcdrs. Kane and H. Turrentine, AA. In addition, Lt. Gen. Harold .L. .Bull.. nected with the present international situa-
Nearing with the aid of the we are glad to welcome CharltonH. tion.
.
NARTU ground school personnelwill Futch, Jr., AA back to the fold. Transfer of title to the Army of Arlington
form a seaman school which He has had previous duty with Farms, which housed thousands of government Ten million pounds of canned Mexican beef
will be conducted the first drill VF Fasron 745>> and has just completed girls during World War II was completedSept. and gravy will be shipped to the troops in the
week-end of the month. a three months tour of 1. The 95-acre "farms'* are now a partof Far East. The large order was recently transferred -
with NARTU Jacksonville. duty South Post, Fort Myer, Va. Four of the 10 from the Department of Agricultureto
Concentration of seaman training residence halls have been converted to apart- the Army Quartermaster Corps, the organization
facilities for training of one It is with regret that the squadron ments for Army and AF families. responsible for troop feeding.
group a month, instead of each has lost two officers duririg Two arm serving as barracks for enlistedmen. .
tquadron having to train the few the last few weeks. Lt (jg) Sum- The remainder will be used to house the Thousands of Servicemen who served in the
eeamen they have, should enable mers has volunteered for active Organized Reserve Hq. for the Military District Philippines between December 7, 1941 and
the seamen to be well indoctri- duty with the Regular Navy and of Washington. May 6, 1942, and during the 1944-45 liberation
nated before reporting to their re- has reported to Corpus Christie. campaign, are entitled to wear the Philippine
Kpoctlve' squadrons Moreover, Lt. (jg) Guy Gilleland A new, mutli-purpose test known as the Republic citation. It accompanies the Philip-
Chief Yoeman George H. Kinard has left our sunny land for Bos- Airman Qualifying Examination (AF PRT pine Republic Presidential Unit Citation
cf the Personnel Department reports ton, Mass. wheer he is enrolled at Forms 1 through 1 H )are being put in use which has been awarded to U. S. units serving
on October 1 to Charleston, the Harvard Business School by the Air Force to replace the General Qual- on the Islands between these designated ,
S. C., for active duty. At the Let all hands of VP Fasron 745 ification Test. dates. The ribbon is red, white and. blue, within -
Saturday drill Lcdr. Rhea Baxter remember that our next drill The AQEt which will be administered to a rectangular gold-wreath.
was bemoaning the loss! of key week-end is October 28-29. Let's incoming Airmen and, under certain condi- It is worn on the.right breast pocket and
men in his department. However, try to make it 100 per cent attendance tions, to those already on duty, may be scoredto to the right of the U. S. Distinguished Unit
by Sunday afternoon it was evident produce a GCT type of score, a mechanical Citation. Those entitled to the decoration may
that the Personnel Department aptitude score, or a clerical aptitude score. claim their ribbons by contacting the Directorof
would not suffer the loss as Conditions covering the new test are contained Military Personnel, Awards Branch, Armyor I
first anticipated because Kinard in AF Regulation 35-395. Air Force, Washington, D. C.
did such a good job instructing the DIVINE
ether members of the departmentthat i
his duties will be done as Navy if needed.
well, if not better. SERVICES I Weekend Warrior Leaders Trained As SpecialistsIt
Lt. (jg) Edmon V. Townsend of was resolved at the meetingthat
the ACI Department has received AT THE STATION CHAPELS the Naval Air Reserve was
orders to report to Glenview, 111. Protestant Seek To Boost RostersCapt. one of the finest organizationsthat
on January 6, 1951$ for active duty. 0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel I young men of the Jacksonville -
The Photographies department (Sunday School). Raymond N. Sharp, commanding officer of Jacksonville's Naval area could join, whether
of the ACI department has good 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel Air Reserve Training Unit, called a quarterly conference of called to active duty or not. If
news, reporting that this quarter 1045-All Saints Chapel.Catholic commanding officers of his "Weekend Warrior" squadrons last weekend the Naval Air Reserve squadrons
three men were advanced in rating to discuss ways and means of increasing the strength of the should be called to duty, the men
':, including Charles A. White to 0830-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. Naval Air Reserve squadrons that train at NARTU. would be qualified trained spec-
AF1, Lawrence L. Johnson to 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism Due to the number of officers ialists and not raw recruits. 1C
AF2, and David Gingrich to AA. Class). and men of the Naval Air Reserve leaders to bring the reserve the squadrons are not called, the
Lcdr. Rhea Baxter reports that 1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. squadrons who are volunteering I squadrons up to full strength to young men would still have the
married life is great and that be 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapL for active duty with the have an even stronger Naval Air benefit of Naval Air Reserve
has his breakfast in bed every fleet, it is the desire of NARTU Reserve to augment the regular training on weekends, without
morning. I jeopardizing their civilian occu
pations or their schooling.
VP-FASRON 74 -VP Fadrcn r Captain Sharp emphasized that
.. 745 is back here at work after a --uJKf17I71lIIILlQ i none of NARTU Jacksonville's J
most successful cruise at Norfolk, squadrons has been called up, nor
Va. from August 12-23. The two are any of them slated for a call
weeks training duty was most : in the near future. But, preparedness -
is the watchword of the Na-
val Air Reserve and each squadron -
should be at full strength, it
j is pointed out.Reserves .
Have Advantage '
It was also pointed out at the
conference that veterans who
join the Naval Air Reserve and
thenvolunteer for active duty
would retain the highest rate
: that they held In wartime, whileif
re p
Thursday, September 28 v the same man tried to enlist in
7:30 Singing wheels club. Polka l :v ___ : the regular Navy, they would
dances-music and partners. : have to drop one or two rates.
Friday, September 29 k In addition to maintaining the
8:30: P.M. to 11:00: P.M. Harvest ;: training of veterans, the Naval
moon dance formal. Bruce Air Reserve Training Unit is always
Thomas' Band. j open to 'new recruits who
Saturday, September 30 'f.- wish to begin a part time careerin
Open House-ping-pong, shuffle the Reserve Navy.
board. Informal dancing to records r _, .' -x-
; .: : lIe Chose Marines
Sunday, October 1 Highland Park, N. J. (AFP8))
10.00: ( AM. to'2 P.M. Java avowed
Walter Nesdeo's reason
hours., 6:00: P.M. Buffet Supper 4 5 t ; for .enlisting in the Marine Corpsis
7:30 RM. Around the piano. t c passed along without comment.
October 2 ,
Monday,
tk' "I had my choice of getting mar-
l Bowling club-transportation. In t i ried for life or giving four yearsto
the club, television. aY$ 4 "
j>Wi.vwP the Marine Corps, Nasdeo ex-
! Tuesday, October S !
i e plained. "It's a better allarounddeal.
i) 8:00: P.M. Beginners'dance class .a. n ." 'a
instructors' no charge. -4--

Wednesday, October 4 CHARADE IIEADLINERS-Here's the NAS threesome which has won itself a top spot on the Sentry: "Who goes there. "
8:00: P.M. Tryouts for ping pong j"Charade Parade" television show by defeating a previously unbeaten unit last week. Lt. (j?) Frank Voice "The ''devil."'
tournament Shuffle-board con- Coghlan: and Lcdr. Jerry Morrison are: trying to guess; what WAVE Mary Logan is "acting out. Sentry: "All right, pass on.You
teat. The NAS team will appear on the TV show until beaten. know where you can; go."iI



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28 September 1950 JAX AIR NEWS. Page Three

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: 'tn W .; ;lii 'SCiii' Inu cav i ;w Washington SpotlightCongress



. .. .. -.- recessed last week'

By Douglas Huggard after an unusual Saturday
afternoon session during i

On The Korean SceneThree I _' '- ": "'NORTH which the Senate overrode
: "' President Truman's veto of

months after hordesof the Communist control bill."A
ivostock and the Manchurian Chunchen
North Koreans poured border. K'.wn r ; KnwnjnK smashing 57-10 vote made the

across the 38th parallel to .While UN forces surged 'al sEOUC + Commie control bill the law

launch their devastating at- closer: to ultimate victory the individual 1 NCHON yy : of the land as Congressmenwound

tack against UN forces the human interest stories up their current ses-

!apparent end of the war was shared the news-spotlight. A U. soin to hurry home and prepare
S.
Army Sgt. First Class attachedto
in sight as pincers-like UN the First Infantry Division in for coming November

troop movements closed the Germany took furlough, returned elections. Congress will con

trap on tens of thousands of to the U. S., paid his way to u vene again November 27 to(
{
c/wrry
the invaders. Perhaps by the the West Coast where he'expended ? act on excess profits tax leg
his life's savings on a plane
time this edition to islation and
goes press, ticket to Japan. From Japan he prepare for the
UN forces fighting on the hitchhiked to a frontline rifle HooY ww: ,,,,,a H.Tttinr. Anden new Congress in January

the southern front will have company at Pusan and still Bitterly denounced by
closed the gap linking them on leave reported for combat 9 f fC1ronu President Truman as a "hysteria"
with. hard fighting Marine duty. When his case reached SOUTH rAiION: % bill the new Commie controls bill
provides for
Washington the word came back a maximum penalty
Navy and Army units who are that he was to be considered de- of $10,000 fine and five years imprisonment -
steadily blasting the Com- tached from duty in Germany and I for any professed
munist forces holding on in : assigned to the combat unit in I Red who fails to register as such

Seoul and other fronts far behind frontline Korea Somewhere in { K.cA.iro If T U I''. 1 also with the Justice Department. It
makes
Korea an infantry regiment en- ; provision for deten
the enemy lines. joyed a case of whiskeytheir Umyorrp i r i !F hon. of Reds in national emergenCIes -
In the Pentagon it was apparent prize for taking a Communist I < S.mn.npmPcio.gp and tightens the nation's es-
that the high commandwas position in record time. 1 plottage and naturalization laws.
very pleased at the recent .. .A tiny 11-year-old Korean I Namron dKw Attorney General Mc-
trend of the war in Korea but girl and a "volunteer citizen" I V... Grath said that the Justice Department
spokesmen said it was just a lit- have caused Navy corpsmen I qu r : is taking immediate
tle too early to predict victory some headaches. The girl, I (: steps to enforce the new Com-
just ahead. One general summedit named Kim Myong was brought i I munist Control bill and is setting
up this way: "Let's wait an- aboard the USS Consolation after MoM on .m : up a special unit to handle
other week or ten days before we being wounded by an American ; problems arising: under it.
make any. prognostications. It Marine in an accidental $l TsusHsMsf President Truman didn't
. looks good, but you can't tell how shooting. The tiny girl, who w Sh I, hesitate to sign a $4,700,000,000
much resistance desparate men speaks no English, very emphatically 4 ASar.ru "first I installment" tax-boosting
will put up." It was noted that refuses to take pen- r.,..ruWIIERE bill to help pay for the cost of
while the whole picture seems nicilin shots in the recommended | arming against Communist ag.
and shakes her head gression. The new tax bill
most cheering that American place ALLIES STRUCK-Arrow indicates points at which passed
- forces went ahead methodicallywith violently until the corpsmen UN forces landed behind North Korean lines. U, S. Marines and overwhelmingly by the House
administer the shots in her and Senate, will into effect
plans to fight on for monthsif I go
toward Seoul.
Infantrymen poured ashore at Inchon (1) and drove October 1 and will
Miss Kim is fast raise personal
necessary arm. becoming'I I I South Korean Marines landed in Pohang.Yongdok area at three
I
.from Tokyo American au- a favorite of the crewmen as income on salaries and wages
Mare allied landings were made at Kunsan (3). The
places (2)) from 12 to 20 and
thorities optimistically voiced dolls, candy and other things percent will
of Samchok (4). UN forces
Red-held
shelled port
the belief that speedy collapse children delight in, are showered I USS Missouri hike corporation taxes 7 per-cent.
of North Korean forces was expected on her. I I were moved in fast and by Monday had liberated Seoul. I In addition, taxes will be boostedon

and that the only thing such items as deep freezes, and
that could save the Communists I television sets. Pay of GI's and
would be either Russianor United ations Rep3rt 1 Labor; Front. officers in combat zones are ex.
Chinese Communist intervention empt under the bill.
and high military Wages were the chief issuein To Name Board
sources believed neither would Important policy talks are scheduled this weetc In the UN the week's labor developments. President Truman was asked
risk such action. Some usually General Assembly as that body swings into its second week of CIO United Steelworkers Union Monday to name a five man
reliable sources in North Ko- the current session. Nationalist China will be fighting to retain I through its President Phillip board to fill a key role in the
rea said that Premier Kim her seat in the assembly, Britain's Foreign Minister Bevin will Murray formally notified 1,400 Communist control bill he so decidedly
Sung and his advisors are under outline general policies expected to fit in closely with Atlantic firms it wants higher pay for its opposed. The five man
pressure to seek peace. Pact policies and Yugoslavia is scheduled to reveal Marshal workers Exact details of the de- board, not more than three of
..Hugh Baillie, United Press Tito's on the Korean question. mand were to be worked out la whom can be from the same
Service Chief who has been Last week the opening session of the Assembly saw mem- ter. Aluminum Company 0 f political party, will determine
. touring the battlefronts added bers refuse to unseat Nationalist China and there was a decided America offered a general boostof whether or not an organization I
. to the general victory cry by leaning toward Secretary of State Dean Acheson's proposal to about ten per cent to its 45,000 will have to register as Commies.
stating that the North Koreans create a UN peace patrol and to hold veto-free emergency sessions workers and The Bates Manufacturing .Even though President Truman
ire licked but that they just of the General Assembly when the Security Council mightbe Company which has tex- has cancelled his cross country
won't quit. deadlocked as it was by Malik's intervention last month. tile mills in Maine announced a campaign tour this November
Will Kusians Quit Korea? Entezam New Assembly PresidentThe like boost for their employees. he'll still be in there swinging
From appearances in Rus- steering committee voted heavily for the inclusion of Willys Overland Motors Inc. before election day in November
t sia's conduct in the UN and from U. S. ""intrusion' in China on the General Assembly agenda butit granted an 18.66 cent an hour He has scheduled three political
monitored Russian radio broad- deferred action on the American proposal to place Formosa's boost for their employees and the broadcasts the first of which will
casts it has become evident that future in the Assembly's hands Standard Oil Company of Indi- be September 27.
Russia is ready to write off the When Guatemala delegate asked the Assembly membersto ana gave a six per cent raise to .In much the same form that
crumbling Communist campaignin stand for a minute of silence in tribute to the soldiers who 10,000 supervisory employees in he approved of, the $17000,000- '
Korea as an incident of no have fallen in Korea all delegates from non-communist countriesrose 15 states. I 000 emergency money bill to help
importance. This view is expressed immeditely and Vishinsky and cohorts remained seated. .Not all strife was occassioned I rearm this nation was returnedto
by best informed American Nasrollah Entezam of Iran was installed as the General by wage disputes. In Camden, President Truman for his signature
officials who add that the Russian Assembly's new president after a brief but losing battle by Vish- N. J. the AFL ordered 6,003 ship : by Congress. A much de-
attitude toward occupational insky to get Communist China seated and Nationalist China building workers on a sit down bated rider to the bill which
. forces would be very close to thrown out of the assembly. strike in protest of mass lay offs would outlaw economic aid to ,,
Russian security areas like Vlad- Dewey Criticized For Speech at the shipyard. nations who deal in military
--- Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky was not only goods with Russia was toned
.The
Borg.Warner Corporation
Along TheCommie defeated in Assembly meetings but he was lambasted elsewhere. said that its plants in six down by the Senate before return
Governor Dewey, speaking at a UN banquet accused Russia of cities were shut down by walk- to the President.
keeping 10 to 15 million slaves. In tight-lipped anger, Vishinsky outs by CIO United Auto work- Price controls are being (
Trail and his sidekick Malik stalked from the banquet room amid ers and some 2,000 soda ash employees considered by the government,
scattered boos and hisses. Top delegates to the Assembly, while in Syracuse, N. Y. votedto the President revealed but no
not talking for publication, were reported to( have apologized to decision has been made as to \
Communist i activities end their 100-day-old strike in
Vishinsky for Dewey's remarks. As one said, It's not a questionof what they will consist of. lie i
I favor of a 10-cent an hour raise
around the world
stretched said that the
whether or not we agree with Dewey but rather that he violated and a cost of living program.William government was
but seemed concentrated in the usual rules of hospitality"A proceeding cautiously along I \}
.. ndo-China where French legionnaires traffic policeman figured in the news when he stoppedVishmsky's Green, 77, was re- these lines in order to avoid
luxurious limousine as it sped away from the palatial elected to his twentyseventhyear mistakes that were made during -
were battling Russian estate at Glen Cove, N. Y and warned the chauffeurthat as president of the AFL and World War II.
fiercely to repel communist "the next time you speed through Glen Cove you'll get a he accepted the post with a General George Marshall
led Vietminh forces. Observers summons." Vishinsky was reported to have smiled politely at pledge to "make any sacrifice"to was confirmed as Defense Sec-
viewed with alarm reports the patrolman as his car pulled gently away. bring labor unity. retary and his first act was to
. meet with British and French de-.
that communist forces were fense ministers to discuss the 'rearmament
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massing in strength along the Bits Of News You May Have Missed I of Germany, and from

Chinese Indo China border the meeting came word that the
and feared that the next mass .Two crew members of the last week equaling/ the-general Meanwhile Jaxons were fa- rearmament program had hit a
destroyer escort USS Gilliganwere price level reached in 1931. Inflationary vored with clearing skies Mon- snag in the shape of French'ministers I
Communist blow at world swept over the side by a factors in the nation's I day night and were able to seethe who were reluctant to arm
peace would come in Indo- giant 75-foot high wave that bat- economy have played an impor- total eclipse of the moon their country's recent enemy. It t,
China. tered the ship as she made her tant part in the rise. In additionthe which started around 10:30: p. m. was believed the French minis-

With the massing of Chinese way into the storm tossed watersof economy has been producingat .Plane crashes, two of them ters stood pat in insisting that a
\
communists the U. S. announcedthat Coos Bay, Oregon. The hull of record high levels, corporation Navy planes took the lives of 37 final decision on Germany be put #
it is speeding shipments of the ship, especially the fantail profits have balooned and divi- people. Twenty-six Navy person off until troops of France ,and
arms to Indo-China but that the was severely damaged. I dends have been pumped out to nel died in the crash of a Navy other treaty nations are strength
U. S. would not send troops to The 37,000 ton Aircraft car- stockholders in generous streams four engined transport off the ened.
help the French forces. rier Oriskany was commissionedat ._ Kindness pays dividends as is Marshall Islands, and seven men Big Three Meets y
Across the world from IndoChina New York Naval Shipyard and shown by the unexpected bequestleft died when a Navy patrol bomber However the Big Three did
Russia pained another was welcomed into( the fleet by a California family by an went down into the Puget Sound agree to end officially their state
satellite in East Germany which Admiral Forrest p, Sherman. The aged recluse they once Lefnend- Four civilians were killed when of war with Germany and any i
reportedly had wholeheartedly carrier, although of the Essex ed. The aged, apparently destitute their single engined Becchcraft attack against West Germany in
endorsed Communistic views. Simultaneously class is different from other car- recluse, left $100,000 to a Los Angeles dived into a field near Bland, Va. the future by anyone will be considered
the East German riers of the same class, because of family because they had an attack on the Big
Retired Vice Admiral
.
embarked new modifications made in her taken him to the beach for an Three. With this decision a number -
Republic big new
on a
Charles A. Blakely, 70, former
urge against saboteurs and design in keeping with changing outing years ago. I. commandant of 11th ND in San of regulations and restrictionsimposed
Western agents." naval aviation tactics. t .Maybe you haven't; seen any upon West Germanywere
died at his home In Coronado
*. Chinese Communists thru ..Air Force Rescue teams went flying saucers lately but the folks Diego relaxed and the way was
Calif.
their? news charged that to the aid of 16 men who were out in Poplar Bluff, Mo. recently open for the West Germans
American planes agency had raid I aboard a B-50 bomber that crashed reported they saw an object According to Mississippi Main handle their own foreignrelations r
. again "trans Senator Stennis the U. S. has at affair ,
ed and bombed Chinese territory. in the wilds of Laborador which resembled a flying a
They had charged;; thai Doctors parachuted into the crash lucent wash tub" National Guard least 450: atomic bombs and 2,000 Former Secretary, of War s
previously
American planes d hit Chinese area And signalled all men were I fighter planes chased the objectup planes to deliver them lie said Robert P. Patterson Association''
targets beyond the! 'Korean ,boX.* alive. to 31,000 feet altitude and this was enough for 50 bombs to by the American Bar
denand. I demanded' Indemnitiesand l 4 J"v An inflation-minded stock I then reported that it was still far each major Russltn industrial, to head the ABA drive against
TphrtehnMWit of, the,'fliers. market soared to a W-year'peak away city i organized interstate crime.. ,

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"Advancement Conscious"



Readin', 'Ritin' And Advancement w




SALTY HERE HUMOR AND THERE FROM j In Rate Is The Word At VP-3



Sighted: Suitor: "If you don't I The kids got a break during
marry me, I'll go out and drown the recent hurricane alert f ready completed approximately
myself." I half of the training courses for
Pretty Maid: "Ah go Jump In there was no- school for the their second higher rate.

the lake It's just down the road." youngsters, but down in the All this can be attributed to
Slighted! Suitor: "Don't be silly VP-3 Educational Office it Chief Jack Perry the whip. He
I csn't swim." was business as usual for the takes his job seriously and his
program is proving effective.
crew.
Comic: "I can't understand why -xSelection .
I the audience didn't laugh! at my Five days a week the men 't
joke tonight. They usually hit off there are drawing course books Boards ,
nil rll!ht." taking examinations, and asking
Manager: "Don't you read the inumerable questions. This same
papers? The weatherman predicted old grind goes on twelve monthsa Rule On Officer
thundershowers! and everyone year. This takes a lot of time r
must have been wondering*- and patience on someone's part.
they would get home without getting 4 t } VP-3 has that someone wbo can ( Promotions SoonNavy

: wet" """"""" ... .,...... do a monemtous job well.
selection boards' will b.

Author: "I would like to speakto EDUCATION, TilE GOLDEN HULE-Chief Jack 1'erry lays THERE'S A FEELING of satis- [ convened in October and November *
some of your students. 1 Intend down the law to a trainee at VP.3 who needs some more reading: faction in doing a job well. A to pick line and staff corps
to write a book on nonsense. and rate advancement dope. The men work late in Patrol Squad. !I job that offers excitement, new i officers for temporary promotion
Can you suggest what I might ask ron Three as noted by the pile up on the desk, Lads at VP.3 are I experiences, and recognition is to the grades of captain and com
them ?" really hot after their education program.You've sought after. But what about that mander.
-- -- .job I of the old grind, same old More
-
Tired Professor: "Oh, just ask --- --- i than 1,100 officers are in
them to be natural" i stuff, nothing new? Who wants the two general line promotion .
I that one? zones approximately 350 the ,
; in
Got To Understand It
All
SA: "I m not eating at the mess Education I ; zone for promotion to captain,
hfcl.; any more." |. and more than 750 in the lone
Cook: "Why not?" tion He's the man who answers for promotion to commander.
"l. SA: "Well, you know that dog To Appreciate This Gobbledygook the crew's questions, he gradesall I The boards will consider for
th"'v'e" been feeding at the door?" those papers after the crew I promotion eligible commandersi
;p, Cook: "Sure I've been feeding Washington/ (AFPS-A) EFFICIENCY EXPERT -A has gone; he gets erch division I i and lieutenant commanders of
I. Mm for two v/eeks." Federal official recently assigned guy who trains expediters officer's \personal opinion on how I the Regular Navy, including temporary .
S> : "Well, today he went over CO-ORD1NATOR A guy the crew education should be USN officers, and of the
tht hill!" his staff to write an who has a desk between two conducted: he's the man who Naval Reserve who are serving
article for a professional answers to topside if those opinions ,: on active duty with the Regular ... ,'
t. A young man was engaged to journal under his name. His LIAISON OFFICER-A person don't pan out he's the man Establishment
& pretty gill who used to invite employees thought their who talks and listens better who almost (not quite) made the I II The general line board to iecommend I
him up to her apartment after every but has no authority to I flight order list a few times; he is officers for promotion
job well done. But the !
date, when she would whip upa was make a definite statement. the man who is: iridKlng a success i, to the grade of captain will be .
: latchof batter and make waffles official went over it and CRITERIA-Measures which i of the VP-3 Educational Program, i i; convened on October 10, and the ., j
While he was contentedly wrote in all the words and the other guy uses to underestimate and he's the first candidate in board for promotion to commander .
.1 eating he would read poetry to phrases they had tried to what you have already II the new VP-3 Meet the People I on October 17. The staff
him until the wee 'hours of the avoid overestimated the deal to be Program. corps board will consider the
morning: worth. I I. two grades concurrently, and
Finally they were married, and !I Shortly after the article appeared INCENTIVE PROGRAM-A JACK PEnny (old Professor will be convened on November 7.
| the official received an scheme to titillate a submerged Perry ) has been with the squadron The general line promotionzone
wonder marry r anonymous glossary of Government urge. i for a year. He came well 'I I for commanders will terminate *
fir for verse ? I accepted words and TO ACTIVATE-To make recommended as an instructor, I with signal number 2530:
r I Ir terms, some new, some old, carbons and add names to the having held down the Educational i for line lieutenant commanders ,
r but all interesting. It follows\ : memorandum." Offices of both Corry and i with signal number 6124. Staff
A PROGRAM-Any assignment UNDER CONSIDERATIONNever Whiting Field, Pensacola. A lot corps officers are in the promo.
that can't be completedby heard of it. of the men are wearing stripes i tion zone when their running
phone call.CHANNELSThe\. UNDER ACTIVE CONSIDERATION that have been acquired throughthe mates are in the gE'neralline. pro.
trail left We're looking in helpful know-how of the motion zone.Korea's.
the files for it. "old professor".
by an interoffice memo. -- -
STATUS QUO -This mess IN TRANSMITTALWe're This is the opinion of the white
we're in. sending it to you because we'retired hats of VP-3, "No chief, regardless Kaesang
SUN TO EXPEDITE To con of holding the bag.A of the job he's doing, can i i
1 CONFERENCE-A
j f r IOUSEw place ever have a better reeommen-1
found confusion with Women SimilarTo
Exrs commotIOn where (conversation is substituted dation". i .
for the dreariness la- ''
of
Personnel at VP-3 should drop' So
t .s EXPEDITER-One who does bor and the loneliness of I in and see the professor, He s Geisha Gals
the same while riding fast thought.Yes probably got the latest dope on .
trains and staying at good ho. Dear" Reader, that's I all rates i Women in Korea were thrilledand

L tels. Gobbledygook. Chief Perry is a spark plug. He presumably pleased when
rII ., I has aided the Training Officer inestablishing i they were greeted in traditional ,
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and maintaining a fashion by the U. S. Marines
r I I ti Officials Welcome H Marine Reservists I VP-3 educational program that landing in that country-the familiar -

II I speaks for itself." This is how it I i whistle. But seriously, just
Pledge Eyes At Death works: I what is the lot of a woman in Korea

New District Chiefof I ?
: Los Angeles (AFPS-So) that ':
EVERY MAN BELOW the rate : Actually, a woman in Korea
'- others may see" 14 Marine Corps of CPO is enrolled in a training I i I fares about as well as a Japanese
-- -- Salvation Army Reservists" have pledged their" course for his next higher rate. I 1 I woman. She is told, according to
They; were outat sea; The ;ship' eyes to an eye bank at death. All i, This is passed when he attains a I i age-old custom, whom she will
; was> rolling and the passenger was District military officials civic ''of the 14, including two women mark of 3.5 and not before. It is !I['marry As, for the Korean male's
.i 111(')(. "Hey," a ship's officer and city leaders, were on handto Reservists, have been called to''' evident that a man has to work opinion of his spouse, well' she's '
called out, "you can't be sick greet the new district Salvation [I active service. for a passing mark according to I something that every man is
here," Army leader at a specially I i!! It was while in the Navy and VP-3 standards. The end is not forced to have around the house.
j' The passenger looked at him prepared luncheon last Thursday. Marine Reserve Training Center I' in sight for the man is immediately In Japan, they have geisha
wanly, stuck his head over the at the Red Shield Servicemen'sClub I'awaiting: assignment to regular enrolled for his second girls to entertain them, the Ko.
rail and gulped, "Watch! in Jacksonville. I!! Marine bass that one of their I higher rate. The utlimate goal, reans Wave a similar group: which
Lt. Col. Robert Young, a Sal- ,. number heard of the need for eye of course is to qualify everyone, they cal kaesang girls. However,
.ufMi wF. d ? ca vation Army leader who has had i j' material to help the blind regain 1 from seaman to 1st class to take a geisha girl can entertain hopesof
a many years of experience in the sight. The word was passed. | CPO examination. j marriage where a kaesang girl
J Jt. '-C organization's nationwide efforts I. All 14 agreed to pledge their Here is the box: score: 85 men can't. Korean men consider kae-
was welcomed at the official par- ',I eyes at once to the Dawn Society, in Patrol Squadron 3 are fully'I sang girls beneath their station in
ty to his new post as head of the a non-profit organization. !I qualified to take the next service life.AFPS). .
I wide 50 of these have al- .
exam,
district Salvation Army, which _ _
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t. encompasses Florida, South Carolina .,...
and Georgia. 3r
I 1 Attending the luncheon were

Capt. Douglas T Day, command g +
ing officer of NAS; Capt. Chaun- .
cey Moore Commander, Florida ,
Group Atlantic Reserve Fleet; I
; Capt. Kenneth Eklund, command.ing .
officer of Green Cove Springs I I
Naval Base; Comdr. Carson Hawkins -
commanding oficer of Cecil
r Field; Comdr Robert Logan, I
head of the Jacksonville Navy recruiting I
r rs [i office; Lcdr, Charles G.
bo'rp
> 8 Strum, NAS administrative offi- |
'F,,, J ,
| cer.Lt.. Paul Tillman, of the Shore
fr. s e Patrol; Col. Harvey Atkins, commanding .
r.. # officer of the Marines ..
r.f L Barracks; NAS; Col. H. W. Tar.
f r.I 6 w}t> A, kington commanding officer ofI .
I I the Florida Military District;
Col. Kenneth Shaw of the Florida
Military District; 'Mayor''
Haydon Burns of Jacksonvilleand
r all the members of the Red
Shield Servicemen's Clu.b advisory j

I board. fs

WATER BOY-Two men arerequired I I The- -principal (.f- -school In the

to provide a bath for Kentucky Moonshine\ country asked I
I v
sa
scholar; "How much ;
tine: somewhere in Korea. Pvt. a gangly '
J....n Trouata, Manchester, N. th7and7 ?" ? V
II. makeshift tub I "Ten," hazarded the scholar, i GREET SALVATION ARMY CHIEF--Among the military.ami civilian, t : b* steridecta
.while, occupies his Pfc. Charles "Well), 1'Jl mark you passing." special gathering welcoming new district Salvation ArmyJjftdf&U, II5W, Yomt",,'rl,. t, .
E. Kymrr, of Laurel, Mont., bald the principal, "seeing 8. how were Col. II. W. Tarkin,ton. commanding officer of the FloMmJEMAJUr" ; I
n. you only missed' It by .
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s tf < Guide For Atomic Defense





". Issued For U. S. Populace ,


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Washington (AFPS-Mass public hysteria and thought

less' panic probably would cause more deaths than atom t

bombs themselves in Jhe event the U. S. was subjected to

an atomic attack, according to a new guide to defense planning -

? recently issued by the Defense Department in cooperation

with the Atomic Energy Commission. ,.,

Proper planning and organization
provide a great measure of pro.
\ 4 will save many lives which tection, the book says. A cellar
z otherwise would be lost, the book "
so reinforced that it would not
I "The declares.Effects of Atomic Weapons," cave in mightuffice. I

i Shelters would offer good pro.
t The book presents data resulting | tection in the rase of an underwater '
ri from studies of the bombingsin I or low ground blast. People
'" Japan during World War II, in such shelters should remain j ji

and explosions at Alamogordoand i i there for two to four hours.

k Bikini, indicating that advance | As soon as possible afterward, ,"
AT planning would be of tre- I'they should scrub themselves

mendous benefit no matter how thoroughly with soap and water, .
] severe the attack. and discard any clothing that ..
Explosion ExplainedA might have been in contact with

.' disciplined civil Populationcould radioactive dirt or water.
do much to reduce damage x--L

and casualties, the book
PAPER WORK It took a lot of paper work to record a recent sight survey prepared by shows. All Saints' Choir

' the Public Works department And it took both J. lIuschelll.ee, left, and William Stenbridge, to tote An atomic bomb bursting high :
the to the Administration building where they presented it to Theodore Fritch, chief
... bulky report ; in the air above a target confinesthe Feted At Dinner;

clerk, right. u __u I radiation danger to the first
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few minutes and leaves no lingering Seeks New Members
Local Charade Team I' contamination, the I
To Install Radar StationsFor I I report i
1 The male choirof
newly organized
I states. On the other hand, an underwater -
I Wins TV' Contest I or low ground explosion the All Saints' Chapel enjoyed
Guided Missile TestsAmerican | might present a radiation problem i a dinner at the Toll House on
The several weeks reign of the for months or even years 'Blanding Boulevard last Thursday,
"Optimises"' ended last Friday with dates and wives
These as specialguests.
circumstances indicate the
made in and around the Bahama Islands I
history is being
when a team composed of two need for planning to deal with ,
U. S. to radartracking
with Bahamian approval for the develop
missile members of NARTU and one NAS I each type of bombing.An Capt. Charles A Diltmar, senior
observation stations for its guided program
WAVE rallied to win the "Cha-
of Assembly American city bomb..dwith chaplain at the station, and Lcdr.
-- The Bahamian House -
I recently passed a bill implementing ,1 rade PaIR de" television show sponsored the type of weapon usedIn John M. Hirst choir director, delivered -

I a treaty signed by the by WMBR-TV. Japan in World'ar II, could impromptu speeches and
I United States and Great Britain 1! The local Navy team, in knock expect ,Jemolition of all build 'handled the program.

SUPPLY calling for j joint development of : ing off the previously unbeaten ings within a half-mile radius, The choir has long been an activity
I rockets and other long ranged women's team, now will defend Its according the guide This which has won recognition
.. I J ': guided missiles, honors! in future programs. They type bomb is equal to 20,000 in Jacksonville where It has appealed
i With the go-ahead signal for will remain on the program until tons of T. N. T. I on numerous church and
I the 3000-mile testing range for defeated. Buildings between half a mile radio programs. With a !sharp!
Not long after nine o'clock \ guided missiles the Bahamas add Comprising the local Charade and a mile and a quarter wouldbe decrease in station military personnel -

the scheduled opening of last Fri : another chapter in U. S, history.The ;: unit are Lcdr. Jerry Morrison, made unsafe for use Betweena I occasioned by the Koreanwar "
day night's dance- most of the islands already hold a i NARTU Lt. mile and a mile and three quarters I| it was necessary to reorganjize -
Supplyers who intended to put special spot in Americana sincei Frank trainingofficer, NARTU ; (jgl the damage would range I the choir. There are now
information
Coghlan public
in appearance had already shown I i it was at San Salvador (Wat- officer and i from severe to moderate. Brick about '0 ,voices in the choir, which
up. From then on, the dance floor Mary Logan, and stone facing probably wouldbe
" included
I ling) Island that Christopher AGAN formerly more than 30.
I of the NAS Aerology de I
was crowded for every number 1, Columbus first reached the reduced to rubble. I Choir practice is not considereda
that Bruce Thomas' small but partment. Deadly At Short Range ,
New World in 1492 military duty It is pointed out.
good orchestra cared to play. Atone The Bahama Islands have an I II i I "Chaiade Parade," seen over the There would be little hope It is carried out on voluntary

o'clock, when the contractfor i ideal geographic position for theI local television station at 2000 for the survival I of people basis during the "JibE'1 ty" of ,the'
both the Roofgarden and I guided missile job. Those nearest each Friday, is a tele'lsion'erilion caught within a half mile radius sailors. \

Bruce's boys had run out, the to the U S lie only 52 miles from of the" popular parlor game "Cha of an explosion, the book as- A main feature of the new organization \
showed little of being rades, frequently called "the act serts.
party signs the Florida coast notes the Na- \ Is the quartete com
over. tional Geographic Society while 'ing game." I The only radiation danger is posed of Walter Hoi ley. Hal Nelson

The evening had been both enjoyable 1 the archipelago's southern extremity Subjects are sent in by the direct exposure to gamma rays !! Ray Reed and Ben Newlon.
and lucrative. The committee Great Inagua Island. listening audience, and include which are released during the There is a need of baritone and :
had worked hard to pro- I reaches to within a few miles of song titles, proverbs, quotations, first ten seconds after the explosion !second! tenors for the choir, Lcdr.Hirst !
vide enough door prizes and Cuba and Haiti. (AFPS) book titles. It then becomes the : These rays will kill within a has announced.
awards to a large percentageof task radius of 4.000 feet, Even the {
give -------- ----- ---- -- of the players to act out the ------ ---
the couples a bonus merely for problem while members of his simplest kind of shelter_ would !

being present. Tops among the North Koreans Paid team try to guess what he is do- !
giveaways was a combination Ing. Each team works in rotation Lima Naval Mission

pencil and cigarette lighter which One Penny A Month and the team with the least I i Tricky Quicky !
was taken hom by Polly Mc- elapsed time is declared the winner Extends Gratitude
Donell. Other gifts included a
11 ho's gripl,,' A man lent a friend $UO, tell-
large box of candy, a set of Can Appreciation for the friendlyand
asta Cards, a five-dollar certificate North Korean MiWIer*-that'* ---x--- hospitable treatment accorded ing him to repay it in such
from Furc'hgott's and countless Mho the pilot and crew of sums as might suit his convewlence -
In
bottles of the stuff most Sup- $150 Wage the Naval Mission. LIma Peru, Shortly afterward the
What alMNit Well, what DOftolillera friend made
a payment on ac- l
pi)'ers had brought with them. during a recent stopover here.
gripe ttUiiithow and has been forwarded to the commanding account. His second payment
had
ONLY ONE couple really Credit Due Vets
W" was half as much as the first;
I
officer of NAS.
to earn their prize: five dollars pay neatly In this case his third three-quarters
" in cash to the pair winning the I The letter of appreciation, ,I as
l Im.- much; his fourth one-quarter
waltz contest. The judges-Jack Under New Law signed by W. E. Zimmerman,
From an tuhiuioeil command for I as much, and his fifth two-fifths
expressed gratitude cooperation -
Sharpe, Jim English, Aubrey |post In Korea two CommunistKcTeun of the I as much. It was then found
extended
men
:Wilson and John Hofmann-nar-I soldiers captured by I Washington (AFPS: )-A wage I that he stil owed $2.
Naval Mission during their stay
rowed the field South Korean troojm related\ credit of $150 for each month of What was the amount of the
couples, and the audience reduced that their blggewt gripe Is pay. active duty in the Armed Forces during August made 24-30.of the Specialmention fine first payment'
was
that number to two; Lcdr and Their pa.v'-15 won owe a tops the list of benefits opened to and (:$ SAluaiuAed .
efforts, cooperation. courtesy aan0
Mrs. Snyder and Alice Gibbon month. Amount to almost aManny World War' II veterans and their shown the I ;sag -4.L :
by Operations
and ex-Supplyer Henry Bryant.
(AFPS: ) survivors under 1950 amendmentsto
Office here
who i
The three-quarter timers
the Social Security Act recently
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managed to rate the biggest signed by President Truman.
round of applause were Alice and i
faulty'f This means that wage credits
Henry. Partly through a
scheduled for time spent in the Armed ts
loudspeaker the jitter- ]; :lp
bug contest failed to materialize, Forces may now be used in determining
the amount of Social Security

of Fv
much to the disappointment
i-ome. John Colvin mastered the payments to the veteran
(ceremonies, substituting at' the I I and his family when he )Mires, or a \
last minute for Hartley Steeves, to the family ofa, service man or \
,
whose withdrawal was caused woman now deceased, and to the s c: '..0t -
when his little daughter suffered family of a veteran if he should ""

an injury in an accident Friday I die. \: .. .s .
afternoon. | The Jaw applies to all WorldI y .
FRED qUINA, heading the I War II servicemen who were on \ J :
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(committee, and his staff Georgia : active duty M days or more between '
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John Hofmann, 1940 and 24 ;, 7 --
Barthelmess, ( Sept. 16. July I \ \ "
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make the dance the success 1 it order to be eligible for the extended j :
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Next event planned for the Department made upon application when the q ; )

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when we will hold our usual death when application should bl'l| i
jpintous Christmas Party. A made.by the survivors. I '
bigger award will be given this i +\
year for the unit having the best I 4 0? '.. 1*+ & I,
Too Much Soldier
Christmas display. . ,
Midday movies will return for !! I Newark, N. J. (AFPS-Danil) \ j P
the third consecutive year about r Green probably will remain a i f I> fr

the first of December. Uncle I civilian. That's because Army officers :k' j
has been busy beckoning his irre- figure he'd make just too I''
sistable finger at a number of our 'AFPS much soldier (I N. Y. RESERVE UNIT TRAINS IIERE-Comdr, Charles Kob- f
Supplyers, the latest to go being DEACII BEAUTY) Some I r When Green look his pre-in ertson, center, Chief Staff Officer of Fleet Air Eleven :
Harold McIntosh in Accounting. people fa to the beach to swim, I duction physical examination j fers with leaders of two New York Naval Reserve '
Also scheduled to depart jimmcd- others go just to look around, here recently he tipped the scales ently training here at NAS for two weeks. On
lately are Aaron'Jones. Seb Chester especially when such a beautyas at 449 pounds. "Too bad he isn't I Robert Finucane, commanding officer of Patrol Field.'I
Bill Coby, Donald' Cready, Pickle Haye is 'part .of the I twins," one of the recruiting sergeants at right is Lcdr. Lloyd Ludwig' :, commanding
ana Floyd Tihoden. N'f'nt'r1. observed. I 83S. Both squadrons are based at Floyd Bennett kf.

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Volleyball trafned their sights on further glories as they look forward I
to their next encounter with the Miami University freshmen

II CommencesVolleyball this Saturday night in a benefit fray at Hollywood, Fla.
The Fliers created' a surprise
I in their opening fray with Corry and will get a boost from Dave
the third intra- Field as they unloaded a barrageof Wheatley, Bob Hopkins, Jim
With Bob Joyce 0 j mural sports activity to get underway tricky, speedy plays and a Poole and John Sanders. Hefties
:j. in recent weeks commenced sharp passing attack. All the Buddy Grimes and Jim Patterson -
; How do Army Notre Dame and Michigan stack for !
up activity yesterday after- sailors saw action in last Satur- will be at the tackle spots
i honors for the 1950 gridiron campaign? noon. day's fray, providing a host of again and All-Navy Joe Sinko
Grantland Rice, an able prognosticator for a number of All volleyball matches are play candidates who are capable of and shifty Gordon Kent will be ..
years, along with any number of "arm chair quarterbacks" I ed on the home and home basis stepping into the lineup without a Saturday's guards. Joe "Apple"
with each team Owens will be in the
represented hav- noticeable difference in the snapper
I oper-
\ have gone out on a limb and picked their favorites long before ing a home court. Participants of ating efficiency of the machine. spot and a host of reserves will '"
: anyone, yes anyone, has any idea of the outcome. the league are reminded that the Miami Loaded be ready and eager to get into
The Fighting Irish, over the past four years, boast the first name appearing on a schedule Miami's freshmen reported to the thick of the battle.
most impressive record, 36 wins, no losses and two ties, while : is the home team and is obligated be loaded with talent, will b?out
I to arrange time of match to stop the Flier passing offense. Two DeadlockedFor
'Army had another perfect year last season with nine wins with opponents.

And no losses. Michigan on the other hand, took six, lost two Games scheduled for a desig The man to combination ends Jack of Duncan Mike Nor-and

and tied one last fall against a tough schedule. nated week must be pldyed some- i Mike Ciminero accounted for Top Spot In
Notre Dame was picked unanimously as the strongest time during that week in order to huge chunks of yardage in the 49-

j team, both offensive and defensive for the 1919 season, prevent any complications or I 6 rout of Corry Field. In addition, '.' ,
lapse in the schedule. Further the locals uncorked an array of 0 & R Keg LoopMaterial
'despite the fact that the Black Knights had a winning year. games are to be played in the> speedy backs including Chuck 1
Michigan, despite their two losses, deadlocked for the Big order they are slated. I Webb Chuck Rhoades Bob Hol- Division by virtue of
:Ten title with a powerful Ohio State eleven in 1919. The The first week of play pits VF. ston, Hank Doebler, Dave York, its triple victory over Schedules
.Wolverines were not eligible for the Rose Bowl last year, due 13 against VA-15 enlisted men; : Ken Dunn Buck Dominy and last Tuesday night, moved into a 1
Fasron Six vs. NARTU; VF-12 I John Bernardi!, who continually first place tie with the Equipage I
to their to Pasadena in 1917 but should they top the
trip tangles with OrdnanceGunneryand broke into the Corry secondary Division in the Overhaul and Repair JO -
.Western Conference this year, they would be the most elig- VF-ll meets O & R Flight last week. Bowling League race.
ible candidate to get the bid. Some of the experts predict an- Test. The power-laden Miami frosh Hank Grisso and Glen Volp
'other tie for Michigan and Ohio State, with the possibility The schedule for the week of squad is loaded with some of the paced the visitors with sets of
.. Oct. 2 includes: VA-15 Officersvs. finest high school players from 528 and 526 respectively.In .
that Minnesota will sneak into the picture. .
VF-13; NARTU VA-15:
vs. the Midwest and East. In fact, Friday night's competition
Hit Graduation Enlisted; VF-12 vs. Fasron Six Plant No. 1 smashed its
/, Hard By ; I the squad is more or less a trans- Power
All-American Bobby Williams will again be piloting the Ordnance-Gunnery vs. O & R planted Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vir- I way into a third place tie as it
Flight Test; VF-13 vs. Fasron Six;I ginia and New Jersey unit. Theseare defeated Machines in all three "
of the backfields in
with
Irish this fall and one speediest
VA-15 Enlisted vs. VF,12; NAR the lads who will be vying games played. Willie Dobbs a
football history today, the Irish will shooting for another TU vs. VF-ll and Ordnance- for varsity berths on the Miami I newcomer to the Power Plant
perfect season. The answer to Notre Dame's success, as Gunnery vs VA-15 Officers. varsity next fall. I team, fired a 191-177-149 for an -
mentioned in this column earlier, is quarterbacking: and -x- To say that the Filers will be average of 171, which has taken
is the and the in Frank up against tough opposition is over the lead in high averages.
Williams definitely answer cog I Ready For ActionAt putting it mildly. In a preseason Red Everett highlighted the
Leahy's hopes. All three, Notre Dame, Michigan and Army scrimmage with the varsity week's bowling with his set of
were drained considerably by graduation last fall, but a com- Bowling AlleysThe eleven, the freshmen looked 565 pins for three games. Get
plete rebuilding of the backfield in many cases, along with a mighty good against a football ting off to a good start Everettsaw
NAS bowling alley will team that is destined to becomea his chance for the first spotin
few veterans will all three.
spark open Monday, October 2 with ac- national the high set column and tookit
The breeze-busters of Notre Dame will be paced by tion in the intra-mural bowling The Flier gridiron coacning power.staff has with consecutive games of 180- 3 .

Williams, chunky Bill Barrett and Billy Gay, along with league slated to get underway I been drilling the lads this week 176-209.
sprinting Jean Petibon. With Williams doing the chucking Saturday, October 9. I against a hard"passing attack and This week's schedule should
Frank McCaffrey director of hardening them still more against bring some new names into print
land signal calling. Chet Ostrowski and Jim Mutscheller, two
and changes in the standingas
intra-mural activities hard and that some
on the station I blocking tackling
returning lettermen, will undoubtedly be doing the flankingin urges all teams that have the freshmen will throw at them. Material will fight it out with '
the absence of big Leon Hart and Jim Martin. not entered and still wish to, Garver will undoubtedly field Structures to "ry to take undis-
Benny Oosterbaan has his work cut out for him at should hurry their entry becausethe the same eleven that sparked the puted possession of first place.
schedule is now in the drive against Corry last week. Power Plant No. 1 will meet
Michigan. The Wolves are working largely with a sophomore processof
being arranged.It Mike Norman will'again be pilot- Equipage on Friday night, which
grew and if properly placed, can prove deadly. Benny has was also announced that ing the Fliers at the quarterbackslot. should be one of the hottest
eight fullbacks, and that's too many, even at Michigan where enlisted men have an opportu- Chuck Rhoades and Chuck matches of the week.Winners.
the two platoon system originated with Fritz Chrisler. Ex- nity to pick up some loose coinas Webb who played outstandingball -x-
cept for quarterbacks, which according to Leahy is the sec- pin boys at the NAS Bowling last week will again run the
In
alleys. The pin boys will be halfback posts and Ken Dunn
ret to success, and linebackers, Michigan is solid. kept busy enough to make it will get the nod at fullback. ,

fJt], Cadets Schedule Weak worth their while to take up Jack Duncan and Mike Cimi.
A possible filler for the. Wolverine quarterback slot is the assignment. Those interested I nero two hard driving ends bothon Ladies PlayRevealed
can contact the FT office offense
and defense wilLprobably -
Harry Stuhldreher, Jr., son of the famed Sr., who was a building 930. start at the flanker posts
member of the famous Four Horsemen at Notre Dame. Chuck -- ----- ._.-
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Ortmann and Leo Koceski will man the wingback posts for
Fleet Air Combines Winners have been announced
the third season and charging Don Dufek returns to the Wing, Supply in three divisions of competitionin

:fullback spot. the Officers' Wives Golf Group
This brutaliizng trio will acknowledge no superior in the Intra-Mural monthly mixed two-ball foursome
ball-advancing department and with the able support of such Pacing Links. PlayFleet tourney held at the NAS links ..
last
alternates as Frank Howell, Roger Zatkoff and Emil Morlock, Sunday.
Air Wing Eleven golfers scored a decisive 14-0 upset over Admiral Miles and Martha
all hard linebackers replacing left by dangerous -
hitting a gap I
,; the Marines at the station links last Thursday to move into first Rusk teamed to capture low
Dick Kempthorn, Michigan will bear watching as a place in the National League as play in the intra-mural golf league gross honors in Class A play witha
sophomore talent-laden eleven. continued in its second week. score of 42. Chaplain and Mrs.
The Cadets of the Hudson 11aveproblems of replace- Green Cove Springs divotdiggers I Dittmar won low net honors in
Eleven meeting VP-3; FASRon the: same division with a tallyof
met FASRon Six and assured -
ment, but they will be filled with hardly a noticeable change. themselves of a threewaytie I Sex and ComFairJax square off; 33.Other winners in Class A
Red Blaik has provided the answer to his quarterback prob- for second place with Air Cecil Field tangles with the Ma- play were Gus Macri longest
lem left when Arnold Galiffa joined the ranks of alumni, Group One and Cecil Field in the rines and Green Cove Springs putt and Barbara and Charles
.with his son, Bob Blaik. If Bob lives up to expectations as a National loop as they ran over meets American NARTU. October will 3 the Wells, nearest to the pin on No.
League dominate
FASRon 7% to one. VP-3 edged
capable runner, passer and kicker, the Army machine will past the Weekend Warrjors 3 to play with PT-Welfare meeting O 15.Ed and Eleanor Foster took
roll along with hardly a squeak. With its not-too-strong 1 and ComFairJax picked up 8'/4 & R; first place Supply meets Op- top low gross honors in ClassB
schedule, Army should compile a good 1950 record. points to break into the win column erations; Hospital and Medical. play with a 48, with Ann and
Gill Stephenson is back and will be slicing through holes and into fourth place witha Dental clash and Administrationmeets John Mealy winning low net

opened by 215 pound Charley Shira and J. D. Kimmel. With win Supply over Leads Air Group American Four. Works. Communications Public had with an the aggregate longest 32.putt Ed Foster while

Blaik doing the tossing, team captain Dan Foldberg and Supply continued to pace the Competition Hot George and Dorothy Chalmers ,.
Dick Roberts will hold down and haul down passes on the American League as it blanked Supply's 3-0 shutout over went nearest to the pin on No.
Communications Public Works Public Works Communications
strong end posts for the Cadets. ,
S'/i-O. Operations golfers retainedtheir last Thursday afternoon was 16.In Class C competition Karl ,
Where Is Tennessee??? hold on runner-up spot as paced by Red Wade, who posteda and Doris Globus finished on top r
But whoah down a minute-seems that several of the theY shutout Administration 2V4- low ball of 38 as he and George in low gross play with a score of
guessers have picked the Tennessee lads to the third spot in 0. Physical Training-Welfare vs. Snyder won five-up{ over Ed Foster 49, while Bob and Frances Mix
nation Michigan who dropped to fourth behind Medical-Dental provided the and Bill Harkms. Physical tool: low net honors with a 35.
the
over closest match on last Tuesday'scard Training-Welfare's win over Virginia and Paul Herndon fin-
Notre Dame, first and Army second on several ledgers. This as the PT strokers squeezedby Medical-Dental was the closest I ishing nearest to the pin on hole
of course is a pre-season prognostication. Let us compare the Medics by a mere half match of American League play No. 16.Kinney.
records though. Tennessee scored seven wins, two losses and point, keeping the MedicalDental last Tuesday. Mike George and
squad in the cellar of the Don Manning teamed for a low led the attack by cardinga
one tie in 1919. Michigan on the other hand, won six, lost American loop. Last year's cham- ball of 45 in defeating Dr. Van- low of 37. Cecil Field's bad day
two and tied one. Let's compare still further. Midwest and pion Hospital aggregation con- diver and Dr. Jackson. against Air Group One, along .
Big Ten football has been classed as a superior brand of tinued to slump as O & R rackedup Fleet Air 'Wing Eleven with with Fleet Air Wing Eleven's 1.0.Page
'r football that played by Southeastern Conference teams.. two full points, while Hospital plenty of stars from FASRon 109: good; day enabled the Air Wingers
over managed to only tally one-half l had a hot day last Thursday while : to move into first place and throw
Therefore how is it at all conceivable |:to put Michigan and The National Leaguers take to the Marines could not hit and the Cecil Field into a second place
Tennessee in the same class. The outcome if they met, wouldbe the local layout this afternoon Air Wing golfers took 14 Vi out tiel,with Green Cove Springs and
1 obvious, to say the least. with first place Fleet Air Wing of,-a possible 18 points. Mike Me Air Group One.


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GATOR BOWL GRID ACTION-Displaying unexpected power, Jax Navy's fracas. Others in the photo are Walt Mason, No. 57, of Corry, Carl Ortagus, No. 94,
' Fliers made an :auspicious 1950 debut with a devastating 49-6 win over Corry of Corry and Joe Owens of Jax, No. 41. Chuck Rhoades, speedy Fliers halfback, I
Field Burly Ken Dunn continues to churn although partially stopped by a Corry throws a stiff arm at Corry's Chuck Lundberg as he nears the goal line (right
Field tackler (Carl Long:, 71) during: an 8-yard gain, (left photo) early in the photo). The locals tallied two plays later.



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Either NAS sports fans named Ferrell and the num- Against Formidable Foe 4

have slipped, or they were ber hit, but missed out on the
Since the is free
year. prize a
. caught unawares. What meal at the Civilian Cafeteria Jax Navy's Fliers jumped to an early 7-0 lead in the

The NAS Intra-mural touch ever the reason, nary a cor- there is no such thing as half- opening five minutes of their 1950 curtain raiser and continued -

football league got off to a fine rect answer was providedfor a-prize.answered All questions in must be to stay in front as they romped over Corry Field of
fully, keepingwith
start Monday as VA-15 turned the Jax Air News
Pensacola 49-6 at the Gator Bowl last
Saturday afternoon.
the ,
good sportsmanship of .
the initial fray into a wild scor- Sports Quiz contest last :
the contest. Working from a modified T
rines ing melee 30-0.to romp over the Ma- week-and with such a fine Perhaps local fans are tiringof and short punt formation the thrilling 75 yard run on an inter-

Made up of 10 teams, the in- prize to boot. baseball and have their bag of tricky plays that the eleven cepted pass.flat He footed caught the Corry
Fliers and raced
tra-mural league will have one After a lapse of two weeks, powers of concentration now employed was too much down the sidelines
for the outclassed eleven : only to be I
Corry
football. We'll turn to foot-
on
game( each working day duringthe until the staff could conjureup
brought down from
behind
the Fliers 12
as tallied twice in the ,
ball this week and ask sim-
week until each of the 10 a suitable prize as incen- a
yards short of another
first second and fourth TD. The
. teams have met the other. Games tive, the contest came back to ple question, one any sportsman quartersand I ended moments later
lone 7 game with
marker
in the
a point
from 12
are played on the field just west life with a comparatively easy on up should ans- third frame. Corry saved the score still 49-6.
a com-
wer with ease:
Yorktown
of Mustin Road on Rd. question: "What major league -
plete shellacking by recoveringa Tally Twice In 2nd
pitcher holds the record for "Give the of the
names
On Tuesday Operations Photo Flier fumble in the third First Quarter-After
quarter an unsuc-
the most home hit in famous Four Horsemen of No-
runs
Lab was slated to meet Fasron a
and cessful
scored few moments to
a attempt gain, Corry
single season" What tre Dame.
Six; Wednesday Supply tangled year later. Flier Field kicked
the Rhoades
Every on squad returning
did he hit them? The reader who provides the
with VP-3 and today NARTU and
saw action Saturday. the punt to the 41.
Corry Chuck
VF-12 clash. Tomorrow Hospitaland The correct answer to that correct answer to the quiz will Webb
took the
hand-off
Ordnance-Gunnery meet to one was: "Wes Ferrell who hit pick up his Civilian Cafeteria Halfback Dusty Rhoades tall- from
round out the first week of the nine home runs for Clevelandin meal chit at the Jax Air News ied first on an off-guard plungein 34.Norman and drove to the Corry
Fullback Ken Dunn
six-man touch football league.In 1931". office located in rooms 123 & the opening five minutes of pickedup
play. Big Jim Patterson set whatis a first down and Norman
There was plenty of answers 125 of the main administration
Monday's fray between VA- but believed to be a record at NASas quickly followed on a run to the
none were completely cor- building.
15 and the Marines Manuel Ben- Corry 13. Rhoades
set
rect. Several Answer be In he converted sevn straight up the TD
were partially can brought
romped over the goal line for playas he hammered his
ero points after touchdown. way to
correct Jack Piva extensions
as was person or phone
three of the VA-15 TD's, Charles Show Smooth Offense the one foot marker and on the
YN2 of NARTU who correctly 8184 216.
or
' McDowell tallied one of the six- The Norman to Duncan com next play drove over for the first
ppinters and Ralph Cooper also bination clicked twice for TD's six pointer.
scored a TD. Cooper, in additionto Saturday. Duncan scored the second Corry failed again on a second
his six-pointer played a fine NAS Skeetmen Annex Navy tally late in the first try from kickoff and punted,

defensive game. VA-15's skipper, quarter on a short pass from the Norman taking the ball up to the
John LaCouture, played an out ace quarterback. Speedy Chuck mid-field stripe. A series of run.
standing game both on offense More Honors In ShootNaval Webb scored in the second quarter ning plays from the 50 yard line

and defense. Bill Mumma- was.. -- another from the Corry 15 to put the set up the TD pass from Normanto
VA-15 standout.For : Air Station Jackson Fliers out in front 21-0. Signal Duncan from the 20 yard line.

the second week of play- ville Skeet Shooters, with one Sunday.Ellis' ended Eddington the match, and with the two 99x caller Norman scored himself The quarter ended with the Fliers

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leading 140.Second
once defeated Marines meet Op- match to before clos-
more go 100 birds apiece. In the ensuingget
Statistics Quarter-With in
Navy
erations Photo Lab, Monday Octo-
ber 2: VA-15 tangles with Fasron i ing out their 1950 season, together Marie dropped a Fliers Corry possession of the ball, Norman's
bird in the first round and Fran
continued to stay in winning intended to end Mike Cim-
Six, Tuesday; Wednesday, NAR- First Downs 11 8 pass
cis in the second while Edd-
TU and Hospital; Thursday, Sup- form. one I Yards Rushing 288 61 inero was intercepted by Corry
ington went straight for the title.
ply and Ordnance-Gunnery and Wayne Eddington, birdbusterfrom Yards Passing 69 130 end Paul Flammer. Corry quarterback
Friday, VA-12 meets VP3. Air Group One, bested Na- Other individual winners were Total Yardage Gained 357 191 Bob Read sparked the
_x- tional Champion Francis Ellis Nick Gallitano of FASRon Six Passes Attempted 11 26 visitors attack and after a series
Ewell Blackwell had never seen and Women's All-American Ma- who won the Class B title witha Passes Completed 5 13 of plays that netted no gain, was
when he reported 98 and Herb Pistole who won Passes Intercepted 2 2 forced to kick. Cjminero broke
a major league game rie Ellis in a shoot-off to take the
to the Cincinnati Reds' high:: gui trophy at the Jackson- Class B runner-up with a 95. Fumbles 3 5 through and fell on Read's kick,
spring training camp in 1942. ville Gun Club open shoot last In the team handicap event the Own Fumbles Recovered 2 1 Patterson recovering on the Cor-
NAS Jacksonville shooters took Punts, Ave. Yardage 33 27 ry 40. Ken Dunn bowled his way
second and third daces behind Yards Penalized 60 60 through for a first down and two
Radio Grid the-team fielded by the Jackson- plays later Chuck Webb scored
-- Log-- ville Gun Club, whch won witha again in the second quarter to. from the 15 on a pitch out from
score of 515. put the Fliers further ahead, 28- orman. Patterson converted.
Heading the list of football clashes this week-end is the The final meet of the season 0, at halftime. Norman flipped Corry Field met a stone wall
contest between the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the Tar for the locals is scheduled at Nor. another pass to end Jack Duncanin as the Flier line charged forth on
Heels of North Carolina, direct from South Bend, Indiana. folk where the East Coast Serv- the third quarter to make the virtually every play, holding the
Other games on the agenda to be carried over local chan- will be count 34-0. Rhoades racked up visitors to no gains. Read kicked
ice Team Championship
nels are: Landon High School vs. Plant High of Tampa, tonight held September 30. his second TD of the afternoon in from his own territory down to
; Robert E. Lee vs. Orlando High, Friday night; Andrew At the on Saturday it that six the fourth canto on a 35 yard run Holston on the Navy 25. On a
present
appears
Jackson vs. Miami Jackson, Saturday night; Southern Meth- this representing and minutes later, halfback Dave 'Beautiful run Holston went all
teams from area -
odist vs. Ohio State Saturday; and Florida: University vs. NAS, NARTU, VP-3 and Cecil York plunged through the center the way to the Corry 25, only to "
Duquesne Saturday night. Here is your log: Field will participate. for the final Flier TD. be called back on a clipping pen
High School NAS was robbed of a possible alty. Paul Risley in the quarter
WJIIP (MBS) (1320)-Landon High vs. Plant High of Individual scores: Eddington, six-pointer in the second quarteras back slot in place of Norman,
Tampa at Gator Bowl; time: 8:00: P. M. Thursday night; Rob- 99; Gallitano, 98; Arthur 97, 97 Pistole; Bar- Bob Holston received Corry passed to Bob Hopkins for a first
ert E. Lee High vs. Orlando High at Gator Bowl; time: 8:00P. : loon, 97; Pendergrass, : andMyers Field Bob Read's punt on his own down on the Corry 40.
M. Friday night; Andrew Jackson High vs. Miami Jacksonat 95; Voss, 93; Fonveille 92; 40 and ran 60 yards, eluding Jumping back into play, Nor.
Gator Bowl; time: 8:00: P. M. Saturday night. 92. | tacklers and receiving magnificent man took the ball and picked up
-x- down to the the 40 to 14.
blocking Qprry 26 yards from Corry
College Carolina Notre Dame at EdCannonball) Crane, wino 25, only to be called back on a fullback Dunn was run out of
WPDQ (ABC) (600)-North) vs.
pitched for the New York GiantsIn Flier flipping penalty. Hank bounds for a five yard loss and
South Bend, Ind., time: 2:45: P, M.; University of Florida vs.
Duquesne at Gainesville time: 7:45: P. M. the 1880', was baseball's big Doebler romped 73 yards for a on the next play Norman took
WMBR-TV (Channel; 4)-Notre) Dome vs. North Carolinaat gest eater, BR (Before Ruth). His TD in the third quarter but i{ the ball behind perfect blockingby
favorite snack was two dozen was nullified with both teaUs the entire Flier line,
South Bend, Ind. Time: 2:30: P. M.
WJAX (NBC) (930))-Southern Methodist vs. Ohio Stateat Eoft-boilcd eggs, served in a soup offside. Bob Southerland brought from the 19..Patterson again 3)f\
Columbus, Ohio. Time: 1:45: P. 'M. bowl and topped off with two dozen the; crowd to its feet in the closing -'I verted the point after 1
clams. seconds of the game with a I (Please Turn to Pay 8, CoL



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CLASSIFIED Civilian Cafeteri,


BULLETIN Reveals ,Menu

FOR RENTFurn :
apt 424 South 1st St. Jacksonville Here is next week<<: "s menu for
Beach, Mi. Van Nov. I the Civilian Cafeteria which u
Ph 9341: I subject to change. The list in
Furn. rni, kitchen priv., Mrs dudes the food available for
Spletzer, 8466 New York Ave each particular day and does not
5 rm, furn house, 437 Nighten imply that all is included in one
gale Rd., Glynlea Park. Mrs individual meal.
Touchton, Ph. 9.7198 after 5. Special luncheon will be served
3 rm, furn apt. Mrs. Davis, 1475 i on Tuesday and Thursday for 55
Avondale Ave. Ph. 2-2473. cents, including a 5 cent drink.
Furn apt., Orange Park Mr MONDAY-Beef noodle soup,
Wilhelm., Ph, 2032: brown beef stew, frankfurters
Business woman will share home and sauerkraut, steam rice, mash.
Call after 6.00; P. M Miss Al ed potatoes, collard greens:'!, car
varez., 6-4185. rots and peas, wax beans, assort.
Furn rm, Mrs. Fenton. 3536 St. ed salad, pie, cake and fruit cob.
Johns Ave. Ph. 2-7890. bier
Share home with couple, Mrs 4 V I i TUESDAY- Bean soup, bread.
Burs Ph. 2-2959. r\u\ a'' A 3 0'I I I I ed pork hops, chop suey steam
4 rm cottage near NAS Ph. Mr ed rice, scalloped potatoes, spin.
Davis at 8-1536.: ,, ach, egg plant, harvard beets. as* '
3 rm furn. apt., 4502 Irvington I i sorted salad, pie, cake and cot.
Ave. Mrs. Carney, Ph 8.6768 tage pudding.
evenings or ext. 311 days. WEU .:SUA Vegetable soup,
Small! Guest cottage, 4195 Lake baked ham with apple sauce,
side Dr., Mrs. TravIs, Pit 2* Salisbury steak steamed rice,
0300. browned potatoes, cream cab.
3 bdrm house, unfurn Anderson bage. okra and tomatoes, black-
Rd, Wesconnett. Ph. 8-1147 eye peas, assorted salad, pie cake
Anderson. and vanilla cream pudding.
3 rm. house furn. Mrs. Anderson, WAVES HOLD OPEN: HOUSE THURSDAY Chicken rice
Ph, 8-1147. Among: those! calling: at the tv1 e "yK soup, roast turkey with dressing
2 rm. apt. furn., Mrs. Tompkins, WAVES: Barracks stuffed peppers, steamed rice
2031: Herschell St. Ph. 7-6441. house" last Sunday mashed potatoes, turnip greens
One furn. rm. 1648 Avondale Ave were, left to right, 1 string beans candied yams as
Mrs. Perking Ph. 29972. erick Gage!: Comdr. sorted salads. \ cake and lello
2 rm apt. furn. Old Orange Park Gage, Chief Staff () pudding
Rd, Mrs. Arslm. Ph. Orange Com ab6Irs: : Allen ; FRIDAY Cream of tomato
Park 2521 Ut'vt'l'lt'Y Trogdon.: soup, Barbecue short ribs, filed
Furn rms., 2140 Post St. Mrs 'apt. Allen Smith, cod fish, macaroni and 'heest'
Padgett, Ph. 7-5482. Staff Fleet Air (' steamed rice, parsley potatoes
3 rm apt. furn., 114 12th Ave. Awaiting the arrival of mustard greens, squash lima
Jax Beach, H, Duval, Ph. 2- are :Table :Mitchell, : : beans assorted<<: salads. pie "lake ,
; iHHI6. Helen Dimsdale. y N2 : and i hocolate pudding.
1-2rm apt and l-3rm apt furn., got :Morales, SW, bottl --- x--_ .
Mrs Henry Hilderbrandt, 512 to. Department heads
officers, and staff Ping Pongers Beaten
)' Chelsea! St. Ph. 7-7028.
Sing and Doub. rms, 2601 Park their I wives
St. Mrs. Huston Ph. 8-2770 WAVES: open house By City Rec TeamThe

:Porn rm. 3677 Walsh St., 111'11.CorvE"r ies. Boone Park '
ping pong
Ph. 8-5227. -- team, representing the Recreation
Sing. and Double rms. reasonable. Department of Jacksonville took
Mrs. Lee SchultPh. 2-5930 ( I five out of six matches from the
1447 Avondale Ave Physical wielders'
Training paddle
r 1 or 2 bedrm<<: unfurn apts., 2978 I in a tournamnet held at Mamsida
Riverside Ave. Neil Smith. Apply Guide auditorium last Friday night
Apt. 8. J Singles matches results: Frank
2 rm. furn apt., 2056 Dellwood. Puskas. of Boone Park won wto
Thursday, September
Ave., Mrs. Loggins. ) : Field I out of three from Jack Duncan.
"Golden Glove Story Corry
Chal-
Sing and Doub rms., 6128 21-7 and 21.16. Duncan's lone win
len Ave. Mrs. Summers. Ph. 2- Dunn.Friday September | ( from Page 7)) was 21-15. Bill Leslie topped Dirk
5008. th"iinr;;; :i
: 35a and Garver two out of three
"The Next Voice You score 280. a ( run pay I, winning
Rm and board 2607 RiversideAve. James Whitmore. I -- The Navy dirt. Jim Grass kicked off for the 21-13: and 21-14. Carver's win in
., Ph. 26473: Fliers and after ,, the first close and wentto
to the second picking up only game was
St. Saturday, September gravel"c
Herschel
2537
2 front rms, > "The Streets of 61 yards on a two yards to its own 36 Corry extra points with a final of 22-
Ph. 82066.
Mrs. Slaughter Donald Carey. sparked by Webb's attempted to punt. Read in punt 20. Jake Duvall won the only
Rm. with kitchen priv., 4508 College I
,
8- Sunday, October aerial from Nor formation fumbled on a bad pass match for Jax Navy, winning 21-
Ph.
St. Mrs. Newman,
'
"Depotted", with Marta which set up from center and end Bob Hop- 16 in two straight games over
6614.: i :Monday, October !, from Norman to ;i kins recovered for the Fliers on'' Buddy Chis ell. Andy Ziebe won
Furn. rm.s., 2720 Bayview Ave., "Hi Lonesome" with endone.. the Corry 27 Dunn picked up 21-12 and 21-15 over Jim Patter-
,
Mrs.4831.: Davis, Ph. 2-8860 or 3- ,: rymore. Jr.TUt's.Wt'd.. ,, 73 yard for TD seven for the Fliers through the !:, son of NAS for the final ankles\
!' middle and York went over for match.
Oct 3 &
2 bed rm. bung., 5253 Freemont in the third quar the touchdown from the Corry 1' Doubles nidUhes -Fiank Pus
.Ave. Mr. Struth Ph. 8-2348. !I j,I "Let's Dame", with squads were
20. Patterson kicked his seventh !I I kas and Buddy Chisnell teamed
ton Seconds later he
Sing. rm, in Riverside, Ph. Mrs. I '! conversion to make it 496.Corry's i I against NAS' Joe Sinko and Sam
-ft- own 38, Corry re- i
Baker at 2-7931, evenings. : double Sampson to win 21-18 and 21 ,11\
John Dittmar Wins back Bub Read wingback was
Two 2 1511 Bans St.,
rm apts.
I Ed Farady and Livingston
an aerial to I: no match for the Jax Navy aggregation Jerry
Mrs. Spurgeon, Ph. 82407. John F. Dittmar. son
Bob Read I I tangled with Bill Leslie and And
although
I 5 rot apt., close to Five Points., '' ( senior chaplain) and the goal line who sparked the visitors, quarterback Ziebe. the Boone Park boys winning -
racked
Mrs Ash. 7-4636: nights or ext. mar was honored up their I I 21-12 and 2113.
attack hit several occasions
to
4 5 J2 days being elected president score of the con on
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FOIl SALE: 'Senior class at Robert E. broke through Paul Flammer in the flanker ,------ -
3 bdrm. house, furn., 5550 Astral school A student at kick for extra post.The 'orry Field
Ave., Chief Higgins, Ph. 8- last year, he blocking of the Fliers was Left End: Flammer, Stouten,
2731.: George Washington high hands quick-' supetb.. Backfield chores were boro, Crocker ,
5 rm house, fum, Lakeshore 4725 in the Marianas Islands of play as ably handled b v Norman, left Tackle-Hayes, Mason
Moiiimac Ave., Mrs. Teasley, -y- on the Flier's Rhoades, Webb, Dunn, Holston Lett Guard Stafford, Lul/,
Ph. 86119. i The superintendent of .field. \Fullback and Doebler behind a charging Goodwin, Frickson:
I :MISCELANEOUS: : sane asylum noticed an v fumbled on forward wall composed of Dun Center Landberg, Beiliofer,
Driving to San Diego. Oct 5 Call pushing a wheelbairow play from sctim- can, Patterson, "Apple" Owens, llunnicutt
Mrs. Main at 8 3317: down. recovering tor the Joe Sinko, Buddy Grimes, Cim- Bight Guard=Tabro.; Oliver
Babv-Sitter: Ceule Bowen 2031 "Why do you have it ended with mew, Jim Carries and a host of Right!: Tackle McLendon, Or-
Hersi'hell St. Ph 7-6441. down," asked the 35-6 others. taffus, Browning, Burkowski.Henderson. .
Lost : Eve Glasses pink !shell near "You don't think I'm -Norman reel Jax Navy Fliers .
Qtrs. 803-0: on 15 Sept Lt. Wat- you! was the reply 'I to the Corrv 35: Left Kml- Duncan, Wheatley, Kight End: -Warsick, Kntiison,
feon. 791. It light side up Rhoades took a Sanders. Clark, Fronc/ak, Sluckleford,
.-- -. x -- they kept filling it with the left side of Left Tackle Patterson! Con Cook .
rad, :McKay. Quarterback Read, Devine,
Left Guard Kent, Snyder Richards
Dutrow. Right, 1Illfbark-Taylor, Campbell
Ct'ntt'r-Owt'ns, Coxan, South- Chadwick, Long, Sir*)!.
erland. T.ulo, Duncan
Hallback :M e d el! k a,
Left -
Hight Tackle-Grimes, Kurash,

; (Right bass End": Ciminero, Poole, son.I"aynl'1.111011 Fullback: Nyman, Green, Groulx Robert

4L %$ Hopkins Hunch. Baxter
it 4 4n Quarterback-Norman, Brown, Jax Navy 14 14 7 II 49
1 Smith Corry Field (0 /0) 6 I) Ii
1i Left Halfback-Khoades, Doebler Jax Navy sforln1'tuclldtlwn/ : ,
Hinkle, Kisley Khoades, 2: Duncan ".; Webb
night Halfback-Webb, ]lols- Norman. Points after, Patterson -
ton, York, Simmonds 7 (Placement)

1 n 'ullback-Hunn, Hominy, Ber- Corry Field scoring: Touch
nard I ilnwn-Flammer.
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SCOUT INSPECTION PREVIEW-Members of Boy Scout Troop 131 of NAS receive Ute scout-
master's benediction durin the closing exercises of their regular weekly meeting, which served M I
a preview inspection for the annual charter review in October Troop scoutmaster Chief Bill Burkina .
in shown delivering the benediction.